I'm always look for a supermarket with better prices than in Uptown Manhattan, where a box of Frosted Flakes goes for about 6-7 dollars. Yes, that's right. So when I find a place where Frosted Flakes is of NORMAL price - around 2-3 dollars, I'm happy. And this place is just that - they even have great sales every week so you could get two boxes of cereal for 4-5 dollars.
I usually would rather go to the outlet PacSun upstate or on Long Island, but if I just can't wait to go on a roadtrip, I'll go here. Typical PacSun wear that I love - I usually get Tilt or Paul Frank cuz I LOVE monkeys. The Tilt icons are just adorable - monkeys, tigers, ducks, etc. They have Roxy and Quiksilver, like any other surfer apparel store.
This one is sometimes very crowded - and not only by the costumers, but by the employees. If you're the only costumer going in there at that moment, all the employees will pounce on you and show you individual bags and such trying to get you to buy something - probably for their commission. If you don't like that kind of attention when you go into a store, go to the one by columbus circle uptown.
The clothes are great and designed just perfectly for a taller-average type girl. The prices are great too. I usually only buy semi-formal to formal wear from them because their dresses and fancy tops are just that great.
I would much rather come here than H&M anyday. They have clothes that match my tastes a lot more than H&M and the prices are even cheaper. They textures of the clothes and the designs are better too, in my opinion. You'll get lost in all the floors and selection - since they have EVERYTHING. I'll go in there looking for jeans and come out with a fancy dress. It's awesome.
This Daffy's is one of the ones with a better selection - some of the ones downtown are just BAD - they have the worst, reject clothes. This one has a lot of the top-of-the-line designers for cheap. It's only really good for fancy clothes though, because they're casual clothing selection.. well, let's just say you're better off going to Macy's.
I like this one more than all the other H&M's in the city. This one is one of the biggest ones and has the most floors, so it won't be as crowded as the other ones - except on the first floor where everyone is. I find more sales in this one too - especially in the accessories section, where they have the biggest selection out of all the H&Ms. This one has a lot more tourists to deal with though, because it's right on 5th ave.
If you're looking for anything, they'll have it - teddy bears with jerseys, team shirts, team caps/hats, jerseys, shorts, etc. And if they don't have the thing in stock, you can always ask for something and they'll order it in - as long as it's in the nba store online. The employees are helpful and friendly and I love the bags that you come out holding when you buy something. Go in just to look around and take in the experience - there's a shooting court in the middle of the basement and a couple of arcade shooting games for free.
Even if you're not buying anything, it's worth a trip to visit the store. It's gorgeous to look at and to look out of. They have great big windows to look out into Manhattan and the big empty space in the middle is cool to look down - and I'm afraid of heights too! The selection is great if you're looking for all the newest Nike gear. But, of course, don't look for cheaper prices - it's Nike's store, so they'll have everything at the suggested price.
Everytime I come here or pass by here, it is PACKED. It's a small boutique too, so they don't have much other than the polos - and even so, they don't always have all the sizes you're looking for - or the colors. Also, don't look for any cheaper prices - it's a Lacoste store - never has sales, and even if they do - it would never be cheaper than say, Century 21.